BBA President Don Frederico addressed the crowd with his opening remarks.
BBA President Don Frederico requested that all judges in attendance stand and be recognized for their achievements.
BBA President thanks Annual Meeting Co-Chair Timothy Murphy (Sunstein Kann Murphy & Timbers LLP) for his hard work planning the event.
A crowd of over 1100 packed the American Ballroom at the Westin Copley Place
BBA President Don Frederico introduces and thanks immediate BBA Past President Jack Regan.
Immediate BBA Past President Jack Regan reflects on his year as president of the BBA.
BBA President Don Frederico welcomes Chief Justice Margaret H. Marshall to the stage.
BBA President presents Chief Justice Margaret Marshall with the BBA's Presidents Award.
Chief Justice Margaret Marshall receives a well deserved standing ovation.
Chief Justice Marshall was president of the Boston Bar Association from 1991-1992.
A proud moment for the Boston Bar Association ... Speaking before more than 1100 guests at the BBA Annual Meeting, Chief Justice Margaret Marshall reflected on the impact the BBA has had on her career. BBA President Don Frederico (right) presented Chief Justice Marshall with the BBA President's Award.
BBA President Don Frederico introduces Executive Director of Greater Boston Legal Services Robert A. Sable.
BBA President Don Frederico presents Robert A. Sable with the John G. Brooks Legal Services Award
Robert A. Sable thanks the BBA and all of those who contribute to providing access to justice for all.
BBA President Don Frederico presents Choate Hall & Stewart with the Thurgood Marshall Award.
Choate received the award for their "Education Law Project," which was created in collaboration with the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice (CHHIRJ) at Harvard Law School and the Center for Law and Education (CLE).
Macey Russell reflects on the importance of trailblazers like Thurgood Marshall and Charles Hamilton Houston.
BBA President Don Frederico welcomes keynote speaker Michael Dorf of Cornell Law to the stage.
Keynote speaker Michael Dorf addressed my salient issues with a focus on freedom of speech.
BBA President Don Frederico with Richard Zielinksi (Goulston & Storrs – A Professional Corporation)
Kathleen Joyce (BBA), Representative Frank Smizik, Jenna Peterson (BBA)
Kaley Klanica, Julie Chattopadhyay, Naomi Bass (Partners HealthCare)
Nick DiGiovanni, Larry Donoghue (Morgan, Brown & Joy, LLP)
Abbe Hershberg, Patricia Levesh, Manisha Bhatt, Bob Sable (Greater Boston Legal Services); Larry DiCara (Nixon Peabody LLP)
Greg Brown, Mike Feeley, Brad Wilson, Josh Dennis (StoneTurn Group LLP)
Dave Rosenthal, Bill Codinha (Nixon Peabody LLP)
Marsha Kazarosian (Kazarosian Law Offices – MBA Secretary); Douglas Sheff (Sheff Law Offices – MBA Vice President)
Eric LeBlanc, Marie Giraud (Morrison Mahoney LLP)
Christine Kuta (Kuta Intellectual Property Law LLC); Vickie Henry (Foley Hoag LLP); Lucy Lovrien; Barbara Robb (Shilepsky Hartley Robb Casey Michon LLP)
Nancy Reiner (Counsel on Call); Lisa Tittemore, Peter Karol, Meredith Ainbinder (Sunstein Kann Murphy & Timbers LLP)
Neil Sugarman, Steve Sugarman, Tom Smith (Sugarman & Sugarman, PC)
Ned Leibensperger (McDermott Will & Emery), Chief Justice Margaret Marshall; BBA President Don Frederico
Larry Cetrulo (Cetrulo & Capone, LLP); Neil Sugarman (Sugarman & Sugarman, PC); Chris Armstrong (Dwyer & Collora, LLP); C.B. Swartwood (Mountain, Dearborn & Whiting)
Heather Leary (BBA), Joe Griffin
Maureen Mulligan, Barry Weiner (Ruberto, Israel & Weiner, P.C.)
Jonathan Lee, Adamma Odele, Kristen Verrastro (Boston University School of Law)
Jim Marcellino, Kate Halloran, Harold Murphy (Hanify & King, P.C.)
Meredith Ainbinder (Sunstein Kann Murphy & Timbers LLP); Chris Strang (Desmond, Strang & Scott, LLP)
Mike McGurk, Larry Robins (Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP)
Vickie Henry (Foley Hoag LLP); Nicci Meadow (WBA Executive Director); Leigh-Ann Durant (EMD Serono, Inc.)
Gina Walcott (Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, Inc.); Macey Russell (Choate Hall & Stewart LLP)
Tyson Hubbard, Mike Cahalane, Jen Creedone, Catherine White (Cetrulo & Capone, LLP)
Scott Heidorn, Clyde Bergstresser, Russ Pollock (Campbell Campbell Edwards & Conroy, PC)
Chris Kenney (Kenney & Sams, P.C.); Ed Goddard (Kindred Healthcare), Jeffrey Catalano (Todd & Weld LLP)
Chief Justice Margaret Marshall; Larry DiCara (Nixon Peabody LLP); Nonnie Burnes
Brendan Murphy, Christina Miller (Suffolk County District Attorney's Office)
Larry Johnson, Gavin Cockfield, Howie Speicher, Sandy Moskowitz (Davis, Malm & D'Agostine, P.C.)
Paul Dacier (BBA Treasurer, EMC Corporation); Chief Justice Margaret Marshall
Eric Blumenson, Camille Nelson (Suffolk University Law School)
Lisa Goodheart (BBA President-Elect), Tony Doniger (Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen, P.C.)
Mike Mooney (Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP); David Rosenblatt (Burns & Levinson LLP)
Mike Ricciuti (K&L Gates LLP); Ben Clements (Clements & Pineault, LLP); Jonathan Kotlier (Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP)
Bob Galvin (Davis, Malm & D'Agostine, P.C.); Joan Di Cola
Lisa Cukier (Burns & Levinson LLP); Judge Nan Duffly (Massachusetts Appeals Court)
Jim O’Connell (Posternak Blankstein & Lund LLP); Gil Breiman (Burns & Levinson LLP)
Joe Torpy, Liz Garner, Charles LeRay (Brennan, Dain, Le Ray, Wiest, Torpy & Garner, P.C.)
Lauren Vecchione, Jeff Gates (Colliers Meredith & Grew); Pam Harbeson (Looney & Grossman LLP)
Mark Newcity, Bill Parker (Adorno & Yoss)
Franklin Levy, Katie Fergus Duane, Bronwyn Roberts, Carolyn Alevria (Duane Morris LLP)
Lisa Tittemore (Sunstein Kann Murphy & Timbers LLP); Jack Ward and Lauren Song (Greater Boston Legal Services); Julia Huston (Foley Hoag LLP)
Catherine Frederico, Brian Frederico
Richard Snyder (Duane Morris LLP); David Grossman (Lawson & Weitzen, LLP)
Richard Snyder (Duane Morris LLP); Fred Paulsen (Burns & Levinson LLP); David Grossman (Lawson & Weitzen, LLP)
Regina Rockefeller (Nixon Peabody LLP); Denise Kight (Crowe & Mulvey LLP)
Chris Strang (Desmond, Strang & Scott, LLP); Dave Robinson, Brad Croft (Ruberto, Israel & Weiner, P.C.)
Kristine Cummings (Sally & Fitch LLP); Tony Orlandi, Stacey Lantagne (Goodwin Procter LLP)
William Boesch, Christine Netski (Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen, P.C.)
Andrew Higgins, Peter Caro, Dick Allen, Donna Brewer, John Morrier (Casner & Edwards, LLP)
Ned Notis-McConarty, Sarah Waelchli, John Siciliano, Tim Fidgeon Roy Hammer, Joan Flynn (Hemenway & Barnes LLP)
Tom Gallitano, Carol Starkey, Jim Peloquin, Connie McGrane, James Wagner(Conn Kavanaugh Rosenthal Peisch & Ford, LLP)
Front: Bill Codinha, Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero, Larry DiCara, Jack Clymer, Regina Rockefeller (Nixon Peabody LLP); Randy Gioia (Law Office of Randy Gioia) Back: Dave Rosenthal, Sam Goldblatt (Nixon Peabody LLP)
David Weiss, Lara Guercio, Martha Frahm, Amy Schnitzer (Goulston & Storrs – A Professional Corporation)
Bill Sinnott (Office of the Corporation Counsel City of Boston); Peter Zupcofska (Burns & Levinson LLP); Dan Goldberg (Bingham McCutchen LLP)
Office of the Corporation Counsel City of Boston
Peter Zupcofska, David Rosenblatt (Burns & Levinson, LLP), Andrew Maloney, David Rountree (First Republic Bank)
Standing: --, Chad Kindregan, Ed Colbert, -- Seated: Pam Harbeson, -- ,Bill Looney (Looney & Grossman LLP)